Jollibee Recipe: Spicy Fried Chicken

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night realizing that you forgot something? That is me, right now, clad in my pajamas, remembering that I forgot to give you the Jollibee Fried Chicken recipe! My sincerest apologies. ❀ As I snuggled up watching the semi-finals of the Manila Majors last night my eyes began to droop. “I hope my fellow bloggers enjoy that spaghetti recipe” I muttered to Mr. Noob Chef, “it sure was good…”. I forced my eyes to stay open just long enough to see Team Liquid beat Newbee and head to the Grand Finals against OG, and then I crashed. Hard.

I think my dream had something to do with food… or maybe organizing thoughts in my head… I can’t remember. But I do remember waking up at 4:30 AM thinking, “oh my gosh! They (meaning you), need their chicken recipe!”. So I jumped out of bed and here I am. πŸ™‚

This fried chicken is crispy, tender, and very crunchy. For this recipe I turned to Southern Culinary Goddess, Paula Deen and I’m so glad I did. Her secret to really flavored chicken is to add hot sauce to the egg wash. That way, once you dredge the chicken in self-rising flour, the flavor stays locked in to the meat. Note: if you really want to ramp up the heat on this chicken just add a few shakes of Cajun seasoning to the flour as well. If not, leave the flour as-is and it will be totally manageable even for people who aren’t big into spicy food. Lastly, I prefer turkey gravy to dunk the chicken into, but for a classic Jollibee experience grab a jar of beef gravy, warm it up in the microwave, and dig right in. No utensils required πŸ˜‰

And now it’s back to bed for me! Enjoy this recipe everyone and let’s get cooking! ❀

Jollibee Fried Chicken
Jollibee Fried Chicken

Jollibee Spicy Fried ChickenΒ 

Courtesy of: Paula Deen

Serves: 4

Ingredients:Β 

3 eggs
1/3 cup water
About 1 cup hot red pepper sauce (recommended: Texas Pete)
2 cups self-rising flour

1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon pepper
1 tbsp. salt
1 (1 to 2 1/2-pound) chicken, cut into pieces
Oil, for frying, preferably peanut oil

Instructions:Β 

Step 1: Take a whole chicken and cut it into 8 or 10 pieces. Run the knife along the edges of the joints and bone to get smooth even cuts.

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Step 2: Rise, pat dry with a paper towel and set aside in a bowl.

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Step 3: In two large mixing bowls get your egg wash and flour dredge ready. Mix together 3 eggs, water, and 1 cup hot sauce together in one bowl. In the other mixing bowl add 2 cups self-rising flour, plus the salt, black pepper, and garlic powder.

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Step 4: Dip each chicken piece into the egg wash, then dredge through the seasoned flour and drop into a large stock pot filled with frying oil. (I used peanut oil heated to 350 degrees (F)). Fry for 13 minutes. Remove to a plate lined with paper towels and you’re done! Serve hot and enjoy!

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17 Comments »

  1. I love chicken. Okay, maybe it’s more accurate to say that I adore chicken. Sometime in the future, maybe you could post a baked chicken recipe. I’m just not comfortable with the whole frying process. So messy. How do you dispose of your oil?

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    • Absolutely! πŸ™‚ I’d be happy to. I know what you mean, a while ago I bought a deep fryer but it got so messy and gross that I just reverted back to using a large stock pot to fry chicken in. As for disposing the oil, I usually save gallon milk jugs and use a funnel to pour the oil in there. It’s a royal pain I’ll admit, but after pouring it directly into the trash and making a HUGE mess…. lesson learned lol. πŸ™‚

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  2. Hi there!

    Your recipes look really great! Maybe you’d also like to share these to http://www.foodies.ph. We are currently inviting beta testers to try out our website and our aim is to share our love for food with other people who love food as well!

    Any comments or suggestions to make our website better will be very much helpful to us!

    Looking forward to having you in Foodies.ph!

    All the best,
    Monique

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